Is this a juvenile flycatcher?

by Janet Lanier
(Carbondale, CO, USA)

Flycatcher perhaps?

Flycatcher perhaps?

I saw this bird today in Carbondale, CO. The closest I can come to identifying it is I think it might be a flycatcher of some kind and it may be a juvenile or female. You can see a little peach color on its chest in this photo.

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Oct 20, 2011
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by: Anonymous

I posted 2 more pictures using the same comment title of what I think is the same bird but more mature. Please see "Is this a juvenile flycatcher (more photos)"

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